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  • Scheduled Medication Form | WMMHC

    Scheduled Medication Form Please complete the Scheduled Maintenance form. All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. The application is also available for download. Email to: access@wmmhc.org Mail to: Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801

  • New Client Application | WMMHC

    New Client Application Please complete the New Client Application Form below. All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. The application is also available for download. Email to: access@wmmhc.org Mail to: Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801

  • Forms & Policies | Western Montana Mental Health Center | Montana

    Our Forms Adult Services Packet-Mental Health Adult Services Packet-SUD Children Services Packet-Mental Health New Client Application Photograph, Video, & Media Consent Client Acknowledgment Contract for Payment of Services Consent for Remote Group Sessions Release of Information for SUD Scheduled Medication Form Release of Information for Mental Health Records Request Sliding Fee Program Application Form Hope Meaningful Life Choices Better Outcomes ​ We provide mental health and substance use treatment in Western Montana ​ Our Policies HIPAA Statement Client Rights Grievance Procedure Consent for Treatment Smoking & Weapons Policy General Aggressive Behavior Policy | | | | | | | | | New Client Application Client Acknowledgement Records Request Release of Information- Substance Abuse Disorder Release of Information- Mental Health HIPPA Statements Client Rights Grievance Procedure Consent for Treatment Smoking & Weapons Policy

  • Release of Information-SUD | WMMHC

    Release of Information-SUD Please complete the Release of Information- SUD form. All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. The application is also available for download. Email to: access@wmmhc.org Mail to: Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801

  • Admission | Western Montana Mental Health Center

    Admission Process Thank you for taking this important first step Admission Process Welcome! The decision to begin treatment takes a great deal of strength and courage. We honor your desire for change by making the admission process simple and straight forward. Thank you for taking this important first step . Children Services Application Adult Mental Health Application Adult Addiction Application Insurance & Payment What to Expect Reach Out to Us All information submitted is 100% confidential. What to Expect 01 Application Begin by completing the . New Client Application All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Services will not be denied due to race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, housing status, or inability to pay. ​ We accept referrals, but you do not need one to access our services. 02 Schedule an Appointment Once we receive your application, our team will contact you and schedule an assessment appointment. During your appointment we will discuss your needs, review your history, and ask you some questions. Then you and our team will design your recovery plan together. 03 Day of Appointment Please bring your picture ID, proof of income, social security card, and insurance card, so that we can make copies for your medical record. If you do not have insurance click here . 04 Begin Your Treatment Plan After your initial assessment appointment, you and our team will design together a comprehensive treatment plan to fit your specific and individual goals. Please review our Client Rights and . HIPAA Privacy Practice ​ Insurance and Payment Options What if I don't have insurance? Effective and timely intervention is critical to recovery; paying for treatment should not prevent an individual from receiving services. If you are uninsured, you may qualify for the or other state assistance. If no coverage options are accessible, our Accounts Receivable Department may be able to arrange ​​​a . Please contact our Accounts Receivable Department for more information; . Montana Medicaid HELP program sliding scale fee 406-532-8400 What insurance do you accept? Western Montana Mental Health works with all insurance providers to facilitate the greatest benefit from your coverage. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, Healthy Montana Kids, and most private insurance. In some cases, we can offer a sliding scale fee to help offset treatment costs. Please contact our Accounts Receivable Department at . 406-532-8400 What does treatment costs? Treatment consists of an individualized program; therefore, the total cost of treatment depends upon such variables as level of care, length of stay, pharmacy, labs, and psychiatric services provided. After the initial assessment appointment, our team can assist in confirming benefits with your insurance provider and determining an approximate out-of-pocket expense. You will be billed according to our current fee schedule and are responsible for co-pays, deductibles and any other costs not reimbursed by your insurance carrier. If you do not have insurance we can still help. In some cases, we can offer a sliding scale fee to help offset treatment costs. Please contact our Accounts Receivable Department for more information; . 406-532-8400 How much will my insurance cover? For clients who would like to use their private insurance to cover of the cost of treatment, we can attempt to verify coverage and benefits. Please contact our Accounts Receivable Department at . Verification is not a guarantee of coverage or payment. 406-532-8400 Do you accept credit cards? Yes, we accept all major credit cards and most HSA plans. Please contact our Accounts Receivable Department at 406-532-8425. Can payment arrangements be made? We will always try to work with you, and in some cases payment arrangements can be made. Payment arrangements, whether through an insurance company, employer, family, friend, and/or patient, must be made with the Accounts Receivable Department prior to admission. Please contact the Accounts Receivable Department for more information; . 406-532-8400 | | | Treatment Costs Insurance Credit Cards Payment Arrangements

  • Who We Are | Western Montana Mental Health Center | Montana

    Who We Are Western Montana Mental Health provides comprehensive health services and housing options to people of all ages facing mental health and substance use disorders. We meet you where you are, and we do not turn away. ​ We are here for those who need the kind of care that only we can provide, the way we provide it, where we provide it. ​ We are here to support every person’s potential to dream more, achieve more and be more. ​ We are here to provide access to hope, meaningful life choices and better outcomes. ​ At Western Montana Mental Health Center, we meet people where they are, and we do not turn away. Governance Western Montana Mental Health Center operates as a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, public purpose corporation (501)(c)(3). The Board of Directors meets monthly to assure effective governance and administration of all Center interests. The public is invited to attend meetings. Participating counties include: Flathead, Sanders, Lake, Mineral, Missoula, Ravalli, Granite, Powell, Deer Lodge, Silver Bow, Gallatin, Madison and Park. History Originally, the State Department of Institutions funded and administered five community mental health clinics in the state. One of the clinics was located in Missoula and was housed in the basement of the Student Health Center at the University of Montana. This clinic, with a staff of six, was responsible for serving the counties of Western Montana. Services were almost exclusively outpatient and, due to the limited staff, outreach efforts throughout the Region were very minimal. The expectation was that clients would commute to Missoula where services would be provided within the clinic. There are old records suggesting that the clinic opened in 1942. Employees of this clinic were all staff members of the State of Montana and they answered directly to the superintendent of the Warm Springs State Hospital. There was considerable isolation of the staff as direct contact with the State Hospital was minimal. Federal Involvement Montana's interest in the development of comprehensive community mental health centers was sparked by the Joint Commission on Mental Illness and Health that was established by Congress under the Mental Health Study Act of 1955. Montana received funds to study its mental health needs and resources, and for a five-year period, effort was devoted towards the development of a plan which would provide effective services to the residents of Montana. With the passage of federal staffing and construction grant programs by Congress in 1963, the Montana State legislature passed complementary bills which enabled the State to become a responsible partner with the federal government in the establishment of regional mental health centers. Five mental health regions were established within the state and Boards, comprised of a county commissioner from each county within the Region, designated as the authority for governance of the community-based mental health programs. On July 15, 1969, the Western Montana Regional Community Mental Health Center Board submitted to the National Institute of Mental Health an application requesting federal staffing grant funds under the provision of Public Law 89-105. The program was approved on September 1, 1969. Western initiated services on January 1, 1971, utilizing local, state, and federal funds. Offices were opened in Ravalli, Lake, Sanders, Flathead and Lincoln Counties, in addition to the existing Missoula-based outpatient office. The original (1971) staff numbered 20 including: 11 clinicians; 7 clerical workers; a business manager, and regional director. Billing & Financial Services For information on treatment costs, insurance, resources if you are uninsured, and payment options, click here. About Since we opened our doors in 1971, we have been driven by the unwavering goal of providing behavioral healthcare that meets the needs of the people we serve throughout Western Montana. We’ve stayed true to our commitment to providing person-centered and evidence-based care in community settings. We’ve remained dedicated to doing what is right, not what is easy or profitable. We have fulfilled our unique role – as a licensed community-based mental health center – to be Western Montana’s behavioral healthcare “safety net." We tirelessly advocate for the rights of individuals to have access to integrated services that help people overcome despair and choose hope. The only thing that has changed since our inception almost 50 years ago is how much we’ve grown. From service delivery provided in 5 counties by 20 staff, we now have almost 800 employees serving over 15,000 clients in 15 counties. We have a much more comprehensive offering of services, with 25 programs to meet the needs of people across the continuum of age and need. And, since 2016, we now have the capability of providing services using telemedicine technology, meaning better access for clients and more effective use of scarce resources. All clinical services are reviewed and licensed annually by the State of Montana. Special grants are available to offset the cost of services for consumers who are financially eligible. Services are billed to Insurance, Medicaid, Grants, and self. Mission, Vision, & Values To build thriving communities through compassionate, whole-person, expert care. Our Mission: We are the premiere community provider, employer and partner in comprehensive behavioral health services. Our Vision: Empathy. Integrity. Respect. Growth Our Values: Meet Our Staff Meet Our Board Contact Us | | | | | Mission & Vision About Governance History Federal Involvement Billing & Financial Services

  • Home | Western Montana Mental Health Center

    Hope Meaningful Life Choices Better Outcomes We provide mental health and substance use treatment in Western Montana Reach Out to Us. We can help. Request a free confidential callback within 1 business day. Get Help Now If you are having a medical emergency call 911. If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 What We Treat Mental Health Conditions Western Montana Mental Health Center provides comprehensive treatment programs for adults or children with mental health conditions who live in Montana. Common conditions include depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, trauma, borderline personality, and most other conditions. Treatment programs include an in-depth assessment, inpatient crisis stabilization, individual therapy, group therapy, residential housing, jail diversion, psychiatric/medication management, and peer support services. ​ We also specialize in integration of vocational support into the entire treatment process. Learn More Addiction Western Montana Mental Health Center offers substance abuse treatment programs for adults or children living in Montana. Substance use treatment is for those struggling with alcohol, heroin, opiates, prescription drugs, methamphetamine’s, cocaine, and most other substances. Treatment programs include an initial assessment, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), residential housing, individual therapy, group therapy, and community support. ​ Some sites offer specialty programs for woman with children. ​ Learn More Who We Treat Adults with Substance Use Disorder Adults with Mental Health Conditions Mothers with Children for SUD Veterans Kids & Teens with Mental Health Kids & Teens with Substance Use Show More Recovery is not only possible, it is essential. We can help. All information submitted is 100% confidential. Children Services Application Adult Mental Health Application Adult Addiction Application Insurance & Payment What to Expect Reach Out to Us Who We Are Western Montana Mental Health Center serves over 15,000 children, teens, and adults each year from Libby to Bozeman and Kalispell to Hamilton. We offer community-based services, outpatient services, inpatient addiction recovery services and housing options. ​ We meet people where they are, and we do not turn away . Learn More

  • Board of Directors | Western Montana Mental Health Center | Montana

    Board of Directors Jean Curtiss, Chair Missoula County Commissioner James Fay, Vice Chair Silver Bow County Representative Jennifer McCully Secretary Public Health Manager Lincoln County Chris Hoffman Board Member Ravalli County Commissioner Dan Sager Board Member Powell County Commissioner Gale Decker Board Member Lake County Commissioner Joe Skinner Board Member Gallatin County Commissioner Kristen Jordan Board Member Criminal Justice Services Division Manager‐Missoula County Randy Brodehl Board Member Flathead County Commissioner Rose Nyman Board Member Anaconda‐Deer Lodge County Commissioner Tom Peluso Board Member NAMI/Gallatin County Representative Tom Rice Board Member Beaverhead County Commissioner Log In

  • Authorization for Photographing and/or A | WMMHC

    Authorization for Photographing and/or Audiovisual Recording Please complete the form below. All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. The form is also available for download. Email to: access@wmmhc.org Mail to: Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801

  • Consent for Remote Group Sessions | WMMHC

    Consent for Remote Group Sessions Please complete the form below. All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. The form is also available for download. Email to: access@wmmhc.org Mail to: Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801

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Western Montana Mental Health Center 
1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT  59801
Phone: (406) 532-8400  

Fax: (406) 356-5213 

Email: administration@wmmhc.org

All information submitted on our website is private and confidential.  Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law.

Services will not be denied due to race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, housing status, or inability to pay.

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